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The phylogeny of Mallotus s.str. (Euphorbiaceae) inferred from DNA sequence and morphological data
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An analysis of quantitative morphological data, in combination with qualitative morphological and molecular datasets resulted in almost completely resolved phylogenies and increased support values, however, the higher-level relationships between the clades are not supported in the authors' analyses and the position of many taxa is still ambiguous.
Themorphological range in Mallotus (Euphorbiaceae) and a taxonomic revision ofits section Rottleropsis (including Axenfeldia) in Malesia, Thailand and Africa .
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This paper concludes a series of taxonomic revisions of the genus Mallotus in Malesia and Thailand with a taxonomic revision of 38 species of sect.
Re-shaping Mallotus [Part 1]: Expanded circumscription and revision of the genus Cordemoya (Euphorbiaceae)
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Cordemoya (formerly monotypic with C. integrifolia from the Mascarene Islands) is expanded with sixteen additional species previously assigned to Mallotus, and two subgenera are recognized: Cordemoya from Madagascar and MASCarenes and Diplochlamys from Asia.